I've got an assignment of red rackhams traeasure and how the whole family thing is potrayed in the comic .. would love to hear opinion of some people on this and it would be really helpful .
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I am a big fan on Tintin and have the full collection and have read everyone of them vigorously, over and over. At least that's what I though. Upon further investigation I find that there is another volume of Tintin, also titled Volume 1. That confuses me, as that means that there are two book titled Tintin: Volume 1. And after more further investigation it turns out that Tintin and the Picaros is also NOT the last book. A book unfinished Tintin book, ultimately finished by Yves Rodier, though it is uncannon. I wonder how Tintin could have ended, but the version by Yves Rodier will just have to do. There is much more to Tintin than I have though... So, in short, I am happy to join the community to find out as many things as I can about it.
I found this very old copy Of "the Broken Ear,Picaros and Shooting star" in my atic!
I love Tintin and I always use discord, figured I might share for anyone interested!
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Can someone link somewhere to buy the whole series? im trying to find the complete collection in english
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I am Gavrilo Vurdovitch, hailing from Klow, Syldavia. I have only read Tintin and the Picaros so far.
Hmm, nice whiskey you got there, Haddock...
Tintín in the land of the soviets: December 19, 1930
Tintín in the Congo: December 18, 1931
Tintín in America: December 16, 1932
Cigarrs of the pharaoh: December 15, 1933
The blue Lotus: December 21, 1934
The broken ear: December 20, 1935
The Black island: December 18, 1936
King Ottokar's sceptre: December 17, 1937
The crab with the Golden claws: December 16, 1938
The shooting Star: December 15, 1939
The Secret of the unicorn: December 20, 1940
Red rackham's treasure: December 19, 1941
The 7 crystal balls: December 18, 1942
Prisoners of the sun: December 17, 1943
Land of black gold: December 15, 1944
Destination moon: December 21, 1945
Explorers on the moon: December 20, 1946
The calculus affair: December 19, 1947
The Red sea sharks: December 17, 1948
Tintín in Tíbet: December 16, 1949
The castafiore emerald: December 15, 1950
Flight 714: December 21, 1951
Tintín and the pícaros: December 19, 1952
Tintín and the alph-art: December 18, 1953
Went to Sevilla not knowing that he had a magnificent garden there. So, of course, had to explore and he was never far from my mind. LOL
First met him in the 1957 and have loved and laughed with and at him ever since Alcazar.
Hey there, Tintin Wiki members!
I'm not sure this is the right venue to mention this, but I thought I'd put it out there anyway. I have a proposed Tintin model floating around on Lego Ideas and it could use some support. Wouldn't you like to see Tintin in Lego? Of course you would! The proposal is a replica of the shark submarine from Red Rackham's Treasure, and includes minifigures of Tintin, Haddock, Calculus and Snowy.
If you want to see this as a set, head on over to ideas.lego.com, and lend your support so we can reach 10,000 supporters!
Just a question- How has Tintin, in the books, not suffered severe damage to his brain? He's knocked out from being hit on the head several times throughout the series, and in real life this method doesn't just render someone unconscious. It could cause someone's brain to fill with liquid, give them a severe concussion, or even damage their skull. And there are countless other injuries that could come from it.